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Human Trafficking


Human trafficking – a $32 billion-a-year global industry – is the world’s fastest growing criminal enterprise. Considered today’s modern form of slavery, human trafficking denies victims their freedom and violates basic rights afforded to all. Perpetrators exploit and profit off of the most vulnerable populations, often times women and children. Learn what local governments are doing in response to this important issue in ILG’s human trafficking issue brief here.

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